When did Western medicine first emerge?

In the 1700s, French physician and philosopher Thomas More introduced the term “Western medicine” to describe a variety of medical practices that emphasized natural remedies and holistic approaches to health.He coined the term to refer to the “natural” way of thinking about health, said Andrew J. Hahn, a professor of history and bioethics at the …

Why is there a new word to describe the Western medicine theory?

Posted March 01, 2018 06:22:58 A new word is being coined to describe a new medical theory.It’s called Western Medicine, and it comes from the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons.It was developed by Dr. Donald F. Goss, a physician at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.Gospe said he coined the term “Western Medicine” because …

‘Eastern Medicine Theory’ is ‘a lie’ according to an anaesthetist

The ‘western medicine’ theory of anaesthesia is a lie, according to anaesthetics expert Anuta Bhatia.In an interview with The Hindu, the former British Medical Journal editor-in-chief revealed that her own “western medicine” theory of anesthetic therapy “has become a big joke” as it was once a cornerstone of her profession.Bhatia, who has been a staunch …